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Journey of the Fate Destroying Emperor

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After Jian Yi and Jian Wushuang left, w.a.n.g Wei and the people in the Dao Opening Sect boated the Void Boat and returned to their own domain.

The journey back took longer as w.a.n.g Wei asked Great Elder w.a.n.g Fu to drive slowly instead of using the teleportation formation. w.a.n.g Wei spent all of his years inside of the sect without knowing what the outside world looks like.

And when he returns, he will immediately start cultivating and won’t have much time to leisurely sway about. And Heaven knows how many years it will take before he has a chance to go out again.

It was not just w.a.n.g Wei who felt the same way. Both Li Jun and Yan Liling and their newfound subordinate were enjoying the voyage back home.

The Void Boat entered invisible mode while the entire group were observing all the places that they pa.s.sed by.

They watched the daily life of mortals and how it differs from cultivators. Mortals in this world should have abundant food due the high amount of spiritual qi in the environment. Yet, it is not the case.

Most mortals barely have enough food to eat. One reason is due to the fact that they do not know how to properly cultivate the land. This knowledge is secretly in the hands of the n.o.bility. However, even the so-called mortal n.o.bility’s way of cultivating the land is quite primitive.

Another reason for the struggles of mortals is the fact they are extremely exploited by the kingdom they live in. In this world, there are two types of kingdoms or const.i.tutional monarchy.

The ones headed by mortals and the ones headed by cultivators like the Great Zhou Imperial Dynasty. In a cultivating monarchy, the lives of the people are actually quite good as their rulers need the people’s livelihood and happiness to increase the Dynasty’s luck. As such, the ruling dynasties will ensure that its citizens are safe and have enough food, clothing, and some wealth.

However, when it comes to mortal dynasties, ordinary people are usually extremely exploited. The kings of these dynasties only drained the resources of the land that they occupied. As for the people, well in the eyes of the n.o.bility, they are just a bunch of “untouchables” and there are always countless more of them if one dies.

w.a.n.g Wei shook his head when he saw all of this. True Monarch Yan Chen saw this and wanted to know what the young master was thinking, so he asked. “Young master, why did you shake your head?”

w.a.n.g Wei was a little surprised by the sudden question, then he answered. “I’m just thinking about how wasteful us cultivators are and how backward our civilization is.”

“Oh,” responded True Monarch Yan Chen with a little intrigue. “What do you mean, young master?”. In fact, he was not the only one interested in this topic. Most of the people in the Void Boat wanted to hear what he had to say, and so they began to listen.

As such, w.a.n.g Wei begins to explain his views.

“In my opinion, the most important thing to us cultivators is in fact population. Although 99% of mortals do not have what cultivators called a “Leakless Body” that allowed them to absorb spirit qi and transform it into blood qi and step into the Body Refining Realm, the truth of the matter is that the majority of cultivators still came from ordinary people.”

“Without a large population of mortals or ordinary people to choose from, the number of cultivators would exponentially decrease, thus also decreasing the overall strength of the entire Myriad Emperor World.”

The people contemplated w.a.n.g Wei’s words and realized that he was right. Although only 1% of mortals have the talent to cultivate, with a population surpa.s.sing trillions, the number of cultivators is indeed quite large.

“Big brother w.a.n.g Wei, what you said is indeed logical,” said Li Jun, “But, what does that have to do with us being wasteful?”

This is the question that most people wanted to know. As such, w.a.n.g Wei continued to explain.

“Look at the many fertile lands down there. Many of them are sitting there and left uncultivated. As for those who are used, the efficiency is terribly low. With abundant spiritual qi in the air, as long as the conditions are met, every mortal farmer can have more than one yield per season, thus increasing the amount of food that they have to eat and survive.”

“Or even better yet, why not have cultivators use Water-Wood Spell to help increase the yield in every farming land. Cultivators can do many things that seem extraordinary to mortals. Many things that would take an ordinary person months of hard work can be done in seconds by cultivators.”

“With the vast amount of cultivated land and the power of cultivators, the amount of food available would dramatically increase. And with more food, the population of mortals will also rise, and with more people, there will also be more cultivators in the entire world. Then, this endless positive cycle will ensure the proper development of the entire Myriad Emperor World.”

After hearing w.a.n.g Wei’s words, all the people in the boat gasped and looked at him like he was crazy. To them, the Young Master’s words were actually quite blasphemous.

For billions of years, the idea that cultivators are n.o.ble have been ingrained deep into their blood, into their soul. And yet, w.a.n.g Wei just suggested that mighty and n.o.ble cultivators do something as lowly as farming the land. To the majority of them, this is blasphemy at the highest level.

w.a.n.g Wei looked at their facial expressions and could already guess their thoughts. However, he just sneered at their mode of thinking.

In fact, if they paused and thought about it deeply, they would realize the deep connection between mortals and cultivators. Why do powerful cultivators in the Saint Realm have to go through Mortal Dust in order to break through into the Supreme Realm?

That is because they have to return to their roots; return to the time when they were weak and vulnerable and remind themselves that before they became the so-called “n.o.ble cultivators”, they were in fact once humble mortals.

It is to remind them of their humble origins, then retain said mindset when facing the grandness and vastness of the Dao, the only truly n.o.ble existence in the universe.

As a matter of fact, Supreme Elder Yan Chen–as the only person who reached the Supreme Realm in this boat–knows all about the importance of mortals. As such, he was the only person who did not have such a big reaction to w.a.n.g Wei’s words.

However, he still felt that there were some problems with his statement. As such, he asked. “Young master, what you said is beautiful and all, but how do we deal with the inherent fear that mortals have of cultivators? Additionally, the concept of superiority of cultivators over mortals has existed for countless millennia in the world. How do you convince cultivators to go farming? By Force?”

After saying that, Yan Chan shook his head and continued. “Even a powerful dynasty like the Great Zhou would never ask the lowest Body Refining or Divine Sea Realm cultivators to go farm for mortals.”

w.a.n.g Wei also shook his head and replied. “Force is never the answer. Cultivators are people that are selfish by nature, but with enough benefits, they can essentially do anything. If someone could establish a world-wide system in which cultivators were rewarded with things that they found irresistible or unattainable based on their positive karma towards “mortals”, forget farming, they would not hesitate to integrate into mortal society. They would become doctors, blacksmiths, morticians, and even guards.”

“As for mortals’ fear of cultivators, as long as they can help improve their lives and not easily kill them, their fears will eventually disappear.”

True Monarch Yan Chen and the other people became surprised again. This idea is indeed feasible, but what kind of things would attract cultivators for them to do such things. Yan Chen started thinking, but he could not find anything. Then, he looked at the Young Master.

From his facial expression, it seemed that he had thought about this problem for quite a while, and he may have some sort of plan already.

Thinking about the possibility of such a thing becoming a reality, True Monarch Yan Chen’s mood became agitated. Their Dao Opening Sect would reach unimaginable heights in the world in terms of prestige and glory. Furthermore, they would be the one that benefited the most from such a system.

While everyone was marveling at the possible future described by w.a.n.g Wei, Yan Liling was the first to calm down, and asked an important question. “Big brother w.a.n.g Wei, how do you deal with the problem of resources? With the increase in cultivators, the amount of resources used will also increase. It will be a matter of time before things like medicines, ores, and origin sources are all used by such a large number of cultivators.”

Yes, she was right. With the young master’s plan, the consumption of resources will become a huge problem. Sooner or later, the entire world will not be able to support such a large amount of cultivators.

Upon hearing this, w.a.n.g Wei smiled and looked up at the sky. Although it was daytime, you could still see some stars light up. The reason for that is because these “stars” are actually countless worlds of various sizes floating in the Endless Void. The majority of these worlds have life on them that have formed their own society, their own civilization.

w.a.n.g Wei said, “I will not talk about the concept of renewable resources. In fact, there are countless ways to acquire the resources needed for our civilization to grow and flourish properly.”

“So, that’s how it is,” muttered Yan Liling, being one of the few people that actually understood w.a.n.g Wei’s meaning.

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